I’ve bumped up the colors but hey, fall is the time to par-tay!
The sweet house beast enjoys those slanty autumn rays.
Oops, this one is out of sequence and was taken on November 19, 2019.
On November 19th we were there after a medical trip, later in the afternoon than usual, drawn by the golden light.
I wish I had more pictures from this time, from this day, but we were losing the light. It’s tricky to pin down the right moments in the moving tilt of autumn light.
Trees on the next day, November 20th.
Franklin has become more of an editor and I’ve had to reach over him to do much of this post. Although his usual contribution is “Stop twitching, would you just keep still!? I was comfortable, then you moved!”
There may be another creek visit in the camera, but I’m not sure. Windy nights quickly took down leaves, rainy and/or gray days plus my need to pace myself slowly, kept us from going to the creek since those last times in November.
Now it’s December so it’s time to say, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Solstice, and whatever holidays anyone celebrates at this season of home, light, and change.
My book makes a great gift any time of year but even more so on a holiday, so here is an easily clickable link to Amazon again. Amazon works for international orders, too, but if you don’t care for Amazon, the site of the publisher, Ernest and Hadley, can also take international orders, and the book is on Barnes and Noble and many online booksellers. Check the pages bar under the banner for the online bookseller page.